-electromagnetism from Counting* _ - _ . . Physical Interpretations of Relativity Theory. Iii

  • Published 1992
The fact that experimental accuracy is finite makes the measurement of particle positions and velocities non-local and often non-commutative even in a scale invariant theory. Applied to electromagnetic and gravitational phenomena, we argue that this leads to a relativistic action at a distance theory in which “fields” are simply a quasi-local interpolating… CONTINUE READING